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Lockdown Language Exchange

Book native speakers to practice a language during lockdown

Lockdown Language Exchange Alternatives

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  1. Duolingo is a free language learning app for iOS, Windows and Android devices. The app makes learning a new language fun by breaking learning into small lessons where you can earn points and move up through the levels. Read more about Duolingo.

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  2. Type in a phrase and see how native English speakers use it

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  4. Practice a language with native speakers

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  5. OptiLingo: Dreaming of Speaking a New Language?

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  6. Learn languages through stories

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  7. HiNative is a Q&A service to ask questions to native speakers about their languages and...

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  8. Belatone is the first language learning app that lets you connect with independent, native speakers worldwide for quick, *on-demand* practice conversations.

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  9. Learn English effortlessly with your favorite movies & news

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  10. Learn languages by immersing yourself in a world of interesting, authentic content!

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  11. Lingvist helps you take your foreign language skills to the next level with a broad selection of exercises and lessons.

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  12. Accent coaching app for non-native English speakers

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  13. Get fluent together. Practice languages, anytime, anywhere.

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  14. Learn 33 languages in 500 bite-size lessons and 14 conversational modules.

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